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Full text of "Patterns of Maw and Co.'s encaustic tile, geometrical mosaic and plain tile pavements, and majolica and enamelled wall tiles, white glazed tiles, etc. :‡bfor entrance halls, corridors, passages, conservatories, churches, cemetery chapels, porches, gangways, foot-paces, porticos, verandahs, balconies, dairies, hearths, fireplace linings, exterior and interior wall panels, inscriptions, street labels, tablets, plinths, skirtings, pilasters, string courses, risers of steps,"

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PAVEMENTS, AND MAJOLICA AND ENAMELLED 

WALL TILES, WHITE GLAZED TILES, Etc. 



For Entrance Halls, Corridors, PafTages, Confei"vatories, Churches, Cemetery 

Chapels, Porches, Gangways, Foot- Paces, Porticos, Verandahs, Balconies, 

Dairies, Hearths, Fireplace Linings, Exterior and Interior Wall Panels, 

Infcriptions, Street Labels, Tablets, Plinths, Skirtings, Pilafters, 

String Courfes, Rifers of Steps, &fc. 



All Information regarding Supplying the above, also Special Designs 
and Estimates, will be supplied by 

G. H. POTTS, Agent, 

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APPLICATION FOR ESTIMATES fhould be accompanied by an exaa plan of the fpace 
to be covered, with all the dimenfions marked in figures. Care fliould be taken that the pofition and 
fize of all door entrances and recelTes that have to be paved, are corred:ly reprefented, and, where the 
walls are not exadtly parallel, the diftances between the oppofite angles fhould be given, as well as the 
meafurements along the walls. 

A Iketch of any of the defigns adapted to the dimenfions of fpaces propofed to be paved, will be fup- 
plied on application, accompanied by an eftimate of coft, including the expenfe of laying, or otherwife. 

A r RICE LIST, eafy of reference, giving the price per fquare yard of the tiles forming each of 
the defigns, alfo the approximate coft of the complete pavements will be fupplied on application. 



DIRECTIONS FOR LAYING THE PAVEMENTS. 

Preparation of the Foundation. If the foundation is not fufficiently folid, lay, as evenly as poffible, 
a bed of concrete, compofed of one part of finely riddled quick-lime, and three of gravel, and bring it 
to a perfectly level furface by a thin coat of cement, allowing about three-eighths of an inch more than 
the thicknefs of the tiles for the cement to be ufed in bedding them. In tiles of half-inch fubftance, 
the level furface of foundation fhould be brought to within from three-fourths to feven-eighths of an 
inch of the intended furface of pavement, and for tiles of inch fubftance, to within one and a-quarter 
inches of the intended furface. 

In preparing concrete foundations, the introduSlion of lumps of unjlaked lime Jhould be carefully avoided, 
as they are liable to fwell and difplace the pavement. 

A good foundation may alfo be prepared by laying an even layer of bricks ; or if the tile pavement 
is to replace a pavement compofed of flags or ftones, thefe form an excellent foundation when lowered 
to the required depth. 

Wood floors in upper ftories may be readily replaced with mofaic, the foundation being prepared 
by nailing fillets to the joifts at three inches from the upper furface, and the floor boards fawn into 
(hort lengths, and fitted in between the joifts upon the fillets ; concrete may then be filled in flufti with 
the upper face of the joifts, and faced with the coat of cement before mentioned. The tiles and 
cement will occupy about the fame fpace as the floor-boards they replace. 

Tiles Jliould on no account be laid on boarded floors without the intervention of concrete, as they are 
certahi to become loofe within a few weeks of being laid. 

Sunk Mats. Spaces intended to be occupied with a funk door-mat ftiould be furrounded by either a 
wooden or ftone kerb, from two to three inches wide, and the funk fpace may be paved with plain 
tiles, or boarded. In giving dimenfions of " mat fpace," it ftiould be ftated whether the fize is inclufive 
or exclufive of the furrounding kerbs. 

Steps. Where Ipaces to be paved are interrupted by a ftep, a ftone nofing, at leaft three inches wide, 
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In giving dimenfions of fpaces to be paved, the exadt width of the ftone nofings of any fteps ftiould 
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Cement. Either Lias, Portland, or Roman Cement of good quahty may be ufed, but Lias is preferable, 
and may be mixed with about one-third of its bulk of good ftiarp fand. No cement that is very quick 
in fetting is fuitable, as it does not afford fufficient time for the proper adjuftment of the tiles. Haifa 
buftiel of cement to a fquare yard is fufficient for facing the foundation and bedding the tiles. 



Sand employed for mixing with the cement fhould be fharp, and free from loam. 

Some of the fund in the neighbourhood of Manchejier, and other parts of Lancajliire and Chejlnre, 
contains fragments of a tarry, bituminous fubjlance, which produces unfightly fains on the tiles, 
and Jhould be carefully avoided. In this difriSl it is recommended to lay the tiles in pure cement, 
without f and. 

Laying the Tiles. After carefully marking out the pofition of the feveral parts of the defign (which 
fliould be previoufly afcertained by laying out temporarily a part of the pavement) in chalk lines on 
the cement furface of the foundation, the part of the ipace firft intended to be laid fhould be included 

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D is part of a pavement placed diagonally. The darker lines Ihow the part under operation. The dotted lines indicate the pofition to be occupied by 
remainder of pavement, 

by ftrips of wood, or guides (a a and b b Fig. 3), about four inches wide, fixed with nails on the 
foundation, and of exadly the thicknefs of the tiles and the cement ufed in bedding them, the 
cement having been fpread of the right thicknefs within this fpace, and levelled with a piece of wood, 
thus. The tiles, after having been thoroughly foaked in water, may be placed 

upon it, and beaten down to the level of the guides, under a flat piece of 
wood, with a mafon's hammer or mallet, the joifts being at the fame time 
carefully regulated with a fmall trowel. 

By this procefs the whole of the tiles will be brought to a perfeSlly even fu? face, and thoroughly confoli- 

dated with the cement, which the beating down regularly difributes under them, counteraSling any 

fight variations in their fubfances, by depreffng the thicker tiles, and floating upon the cement fo 

difplaced thofe that may be too low. 

The evennefs of the furface fliould be occafionally tefted with a mafon's ftraight-edge, of fufficient 

length to bear on the guides. 

The workman will have to ufe his difcretion in determining the portion of the pavement it will 
be moft convenient to commence upon. In regularly formed fpaces, it will be befl; to lay a part of the 
general pattern acrofs the whole width within the borders, in the centre of the pavement. This will 
enable the work to be fymmetrically difpofed; the borders may then be laid to it, after which, the 
general patterns may be completed within the borders. Care fliould be taken that the work is placed 
centrally with the fpace, fo as to avoid having a wider margin on one fide than the other. This can 
only be enfured by temporarily laying down a part of the pattern, and afcertaining the exadl fpace the 
tiles occupy ; the laying fliould then be proceeded with in every direcftionyro?/; the centre. 
The foundation fliould be kept thoroughly wet whilfl: the pavement is being laid. 
When the bedding is fufiiciently hardened, mix fome pure cement (without fand) with water to 
the confifl:ency of cream, to run into the joints, taking care that what remains on the furface is wiped 
off before it dries hard. Cement or dirt fliould not be allowed to harden on the furface during the 



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laying, and the pavement (hould be carefully covered up with a layer of faw-duft till the painting and 
all other work is completed. After firft being laid, the pavements are liable to injury from the heavy 
traffic of workmen, and unlefs protedled, may be permanently disfigured by paint ftains and dirt. 

When the tiles have to be cut, rule a line where the divifion is to be made, and reft the back of 
the tile on the fliarp edge of a ftone, immediately under the line, along which bruife the furface with a 
hard, fharp chifel ; the parts will eafily feparate, after which, chip the back edge even. 

It is recommended to remove the fkirting boards from the walls whilft the pavement is being laid. 
When replaced, they fhould reft on the tiles ; the trouble of cutting the outer tiles to fit againft it will 
be avoided, and a much neater appearance produced than when the outer joint is vifible. 

DIRECTIONS FOR KEEPING THE PAVEMENTS CLEAN. An occa- 

fional wafliing with foft foap and cold water, applied with a fcrubbing-brufh, will give increafed 
brilliancy to the colours, and will remove the faline fcum which arifes from the cement for the firft 
few weeks after the tiles are laid. Stains or dirt adhering to the tiles from long negled of cleaning 
may be readily removed by dilute muriatic acid applied with a piece of pumice ftone. Care fhould be 
taken that the acid is all wiped off, and in every cafe after waftiing, it is defirable that the fuper- 
fluous moifture fhould be wiped off wixh a clean and dry cloth. A little fkim milk may be wafhed 
over the furface after it is thoroughly cleaned. 



*^* The Prize Medal of the International Exhibition 0/1862 was awarded to Maw and Co., for excellence of 
ManufaSture of Encaujiic Tiles, Mofaic, Majolica Tiles, &c. 

A fecond Medal was alfo awarded to Mr. M. Digby "Wyatt, for beautiful Combinations of Form 
and Colour in Maw and Co.'s Dejigns. 

The Prize Medal of the Dublin Exhibition of 1S6 5 was awarded to Maw and Co., for variety and excellence 
in the Jlyle of Ornament of their Encaujiic Tiles. 

At the International Exhibition held at Oporto, in 1865, at which fever al Claffes of Medals were dijlributed, a 
Medal of the Firft Clajs was awarded to Maw and Co., for Geometrical Mofaic, PiBorial Mofaic 
Encauftic Tiles, and Majolica Tiles. 



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BENTHALL WORKS, BROSELEY, SHROPSHIRE. 




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BENTHAT. L WORKS, BROSELEY, SHROPSHIRE, 

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lENTHALL WORKS BROSELEY, SHROPSHIRE, 

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BENTHALL, WORKS, BROSELEY, SHROPSHIRE. 



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MAW AND CO.'S TILE PAVEMENTS. 

BENTHALL WORKS, B R S E L E Y, SHROPSHIRE. 



No. 296. 



No, 297. 





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SCALE, I OF AX INCH TO A FOOT. 



Plate 31. 



MAW AND CO.'S ENCAUSTTf TTLES. 
BE NTH ALL WORKS, BROSELEY, SHROPSHIRE. 



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PORTION OF TTfR P.VTTRRNS ATtT. M\y:VF\rTVnr.V pnTIT AS G INnil AND 4 {■ tNTH TILES. 




MAW AND CO.'S ENCAUSTIC TILES, 

BENTHALL WORKS. B R O K E L E Y, SHROPSHIRE. 



Plate 36. 




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4i inch Tiles. 



SCALE, Ij INCH TO A FOOT. 



MAW AND CO.'S ENCAUSTIC TILES. 
BENT HALL, WORKS, BROSBLEY, SHROPSHIRE. 



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A PORTION OF THE PATTERN9 ABB MANDFAnTHRED HOTH A5 IJ INCn AMD ij INCTI TILKS. 



Plate 37. 



MAW AND CO.'S ENCAUSTIC TILES. 

BENT HALL WORKS, BROSELEY, SHROPSHIRE., 



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MAW AND CO.'S TILE PAVEMENTS. 

BENT HALL WORKS, BROSELEY, SHROPSHIRE. 





No. 4s;. 




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No. 49.5. 

THE LKTrERS ON THIS SHEET REEEH TO THE PAVEMB^•T ARR,UJGEUENTB AND THE NDMBEES TO THE INDIVIDUAL ENCAUSTIC TILES. 

SCALE, 1.1 INCH TO A FOOT. 






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BE NT HALL WORKS, BROSELEY, SHROPSHIRE. 



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No. 4S8. J, V- SKDDON. No. 459. No. 400. 

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MAW AND CO.'S MAJOLICA AND ENAMELLED TILES, 

For Wall LiniDgs, Dados, Friezes, String Coilrses, Fire Places, &o. 

BENTHALL WORKS, BROSELEY, SHROPSHIRE. 



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BENTHALL WORKS, BROSELEY, SHROPSHIRE. 



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MAW AND CO.'S MAJOLICA AND ENAMELLED TILES, 

For Wall Liningrs, Bados, Friezes, String- Courses, Fire Places, &c. 

BENTHALL WORKS, BROSELEY, SHROPSHIRE. 




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